Make Baklava at Home

Learn how to make baklava in the comfort of your own home with this online class!

Dancing Flavours
Dancing Flavours
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1 hour Class size 6 to 25     label £35
Are you looking for fun indoor activities and a way to get social in these strange times? This public online cooking class is not only a great way to meet new people and fill your home with an appetising scent, but you'll also learn how to make a traditional Middle Eastern sweet.
This cook-along class over Zoom invites people of all abilities from those who have never set foot in a kitchen to expert chefs. Together, you will all learn how to make a deliciously rich dessert pastry and then enjoy the treat as a group as you share stories and laughter.
Stuck indoors with the UK lockdown? This virtual experience is perfect for those looking for fun things to do at home. This class can also be requested for private groups and is ideal for virtual team building activities, online hen do events and family get-togethers!
How the class will run:
Half an hour before the start time, an invitation will be sent out. Whilst waiting for others to join, participants are encouraged to have a drink and get to know one another. Then, with step-by-step instruction and a few secret tips along the way, you will cook up a gently spiced crunchy yet soft baklava.
When you have finished baking your tasty pastry, you will have the opportunity to eat the dessert together with your group, whilst putting the world to rights!
After the class has ended, you'll feel refreshed and relaxed from a mindful evening of cooking, eating and laughing.
Knowledge required
What to bring
  • Filo pastry
  • Butter or ghee
  • Choice of two nuts such as walnuts, almonds, cashew nuts or pistachios
  • Rose water
  • Orange blossom
  • Nutmeg, cinnamon and cardamom
  • We will also be making a homemade syrup from ingredients in your cupboard
Please note: You will be sent the exact quantities and what to prepare beforehand so you'll be all set for the start of the class!
Your teacher
Dancing Flavours
Dancing Flavours

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After years of working as a primary school teacher and a social researcher in my home country of Lebanon, I moved to Wiltshire, UK. What started as a way to support my husband whilst I took a counselling course, quickly became my passion. Teaching belly dancing, to me, is a wonderful way of making people happy and so is making delicious and fresh Lebanese food. That is is how Dancing Flavours was born.
Dancing Flavours is all about dancing, cooking together, making people happy and bringing back the joy of simple honest food.

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